Call C++ from Python and MATLAB
Excentury is a set of libraries written in C++ that enables easy integration of C++ code into Python and MATLAB projects.
Installation and usage documentation is available in the docs/ directory of the distribution and on http://excentury.readthedocs.org. Change Log ———-
Fixed installation error. Missing HISTORY.rst in MANIFEST.in.
Added the history file.
The documentation has been changed to introduce excentury with a simple example.
The Armadillo library has been adapted. See tests/xcpp/arma.xcpp for examples.
Installation fixed for linux systems. All operating systems besides OS X are assumed to use .bashrc.
Configuration files have access to ARG and CFG variables.
Installation requires six>=1.7.3.
Matlab cpp writer error fixed.
Added in the Python Package Index.
Install command sets environmental variables.
Issue with istringstream fixed for OS X 10.9.
Default paths set to be in site.getuserbase()+'/lib/excentury'.
Python runtime errors fixed.
Dependence on configparser has been removed.
Empty configuration variables no longer give errors.
Interpolation in configuration files is now available.
Removed config command to set variables. It must be done manually.
Conditional configuration allows us to use Python code in configuration files.
Excentury files must include <excentury/excentury.h>.
Unit testing is done with bash.
Fixed IOError when attempting to read nonexistent config file.
Armadillo incorporation example added.
Excentury can create and track projects.
A warning is issued when an excentury project is selected.
Not registered in the Python Index.
Must source the bashrc file for temporary installation.
Works primarily in OS X 10.8.
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